Henry’s design work focuses on working with charities, the voluntary sector, community organisations and publishers. These have included BBC World Service Trust, cSPACE community arts, Faber Books, Hackney Pensioner’s Press, The Howard League for Penal Reform, International Youth Hostel Federation, Nicaragua Solidarity Campaign, Rough Guides, Shelter, Sort Of Books, UNHCR and most recently In Control Partnerships.
Henry has also undertaken software training within client organisations and devised an NVQ graphics course whilst teaching long-term unemployed young people in London. (A contrast to teaching reported speech to classes of 70 in Southern Sudan a few years earlier.) In his early career he was a published illustrator and linocut printmaker.
Henry currently lives in the North York Moors National Park with his partner and their son. His interests led him to establish The Appleton Film Society and Appleton Book Club in a rescued old ‘Reading Room’ on the moor. He also likes hunting for mushrooms, grayling and walking good dog and bad dog.